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Long 610 w/ Power Adjust Wheels

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04-25-2013 12:09:09

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Hey guys, looking at a Long 610 and the current owner has the wheels set out to 88" both front and rear. It was his grandfathers tractor and he has never adjusted the wheels and feels that it has been so long, that they prolly will be very hard to adjust now, if at all. As I need to get this tractor on a trailer, I need to move the wheels in as far as they will go. So, question is, has anybody here ever adjusted these before and can tell me how/give pointers, and, does anybody have the manual to this tractor?
Thanks, Jim..

edit: forum wont let me post pic, sorry..

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04-28-2013 17:54:42

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 Re: Long 610 w/ Power Adjust Wheels in reply to Midniteoyl, 04-25-2013 12:09:09  

Do this to one wheel at a time:
Remove stop blocks from rim rails.
Replace stop block at desired setting.
Loosen two adjacent clamp bolts at top of wheel.
Start motor and shift into 1 or low rev, whichever is needed. Imagine turning a bolt into a nut. Engage clutch while holding opposite brake.
Let tractor roll slightly to allow wheel to slide inward.
When stop block is reached roll tractor till loosened clamps are at top and retighten.

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05-06-2013 18:48:26

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 Re: Long 610 w/ Power Adjust Wheels in reply to gatchelguy, 04-28-2013 17:54:42  
Awsome, Thanks! I though it looked that easy.. Now if I can just get the guy to let me..

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04-26-2013 14:23:41

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 Re: Long 610 w/ Power Adjust Wheels in reply to Midniteoyl, 04-25-2013 12:09:09  
Guess not.. :(

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